Author of "WE ARE DIFFERENT NOW" - A Grandparent's Journey Through Grief and first place award winning novel "FOOTPRINTS IN THE FROST". Contributing author to anthologies "Felons, Flames & Ambulance Rides", "American Blue", "Recipes by the Book: Oak Tree Authors Cook" and "The Centennial Book of The National Society of Daughters of the Union 1861-1865". Numerous articles, poems and short stories published since 1990. Charter Member of the Public Safety Writers Association and member of Rocky Mountain Fiction Writers. Winner of ten writing awards. I live in a quaint Colorado mountain tourist town with my husband and Siamese cat. When deeps snows blanket the terrain and spectacular views from my windows, it becomes the perfect spot in which to write.
Monthly Archives: June 2014
Hedgerows have always been puzzling to me because I was a tiny child during WW II and never knew what they really were. My husband was born and grew up on a large farm in western Kansas that was homesteaded … Continue reading →
Recently I was searching for a particular item related to the word MIZPAH. During said ramblings, an unexpected question was asked of me. It was, “Where did you first hear about the word MIZPAH? And when I rummaged around in my … Continue reading →